Brunch isn't complete with a classic Bloody Mary cocktail. Find recipes for the traditional tipple here, plus lots of new twists.
Named after Mary queen of Scots. Best drink first thing Saturday morning after a good Friday night out.
Beef ribs are slowly braised in the oven with Bloody Mary mix, red wine, onions, leeks, tomatoes, carrots and mushrooms. Serve with rice, pasta or potatoes.
A straightforward recipe showing you the two basic ingredients in this classic cocktail. Adding a dash of Worcestershire or Tabasco sauce is up to you.
A very Cuban way to address the morning after, with a bit of the dog that bit you, combined with everything you need to get you going. This recipe is for 2 bloody marys, use half the ingredients for each one.
If you stock your bar at home with bloody Mary mix, this is a dish that takes literally 2 minutes to prepare! If you haven't bloody Mary mix to hand, use a spiced tomato or vegetable juice with a dash or two of Worcestershire sauce.
An excellent recipe a bloody mary. Vodka is shaken with ice, Worcestershire sauce, hot pepper sauce, salt and pepper. Serve with a stick of celery and stuffed olives. Serve at your next dinner party or barbecue.
This recipe was used in our bar. It is a handy mix that can be made ahead of time. Just add to a glass of vodka and ice, and garnish as desired.
This Bloody Mary recipe is a little more complex than others, but the result is really worth it. It needs to sit for at least 8 hours, so plan to make it ahead of time. It's refreshing and is the perfect summer drink to be enjoyed all year round.
This is a deliciously different Bloody Mary. Vodka is stirred with olives, olive brine, celery salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, hot pepper sauce and tomato and clam juice.
A highly refreshing drink with all the trimmings. Bloody mary mix is blended with horseradish, dill, hot pepper sauce and dill pickle juice, then served in a salt rimmed glass and garnished with a pickled cucumber spear. The perfect summer drink, to be enjoyed all year round.